SALT - Semantically Annotated LaTeX for scientific publications

Knud Moeller, Siegfried Handschuh, Stefan Decker and Tudor Groza (2007). SALT - Semantically Annotated LaTeX for scientific publications. In: Semantic Web: Research and Applications, Proceedings. 4th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2007), Innsbruck, Austria, (518-532). 3-7 June 2007.

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Author Knud Moeller
Siegfried Handschuh
Stefan Decker
Tudor Groza
Title of paper SALT - Semantically Annotated LaTeX for scientific publications
Conference name 4th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2007)
Conference location Innsbruck, Austria
Conference dates 3-7 June 2007
Proceedings title Semantic Web: Research and Applications, Proceedings   Check publisher's open access policy
Journal name Lecture Notes in Computer Science   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Berlin, Germany
Publisher Springer-Verlag
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9783540726661
ISSN 0302-9743
Volume 4519
Start page 518
End page 532
Total pages 15
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Machine- understandable data constitutes the foundation for the Semantic Web. This paper presents a viable way for authoring and annotating Semantic Documents on the desktop. In our approach, the PDF file format is the container for document semantics, being able to store both the content and the related metadata in a single file. To achieve this, we provide a framework (SALT - Semantically Annotated LATEX), that extends the LATEX writing environment and supports the creation of metadata for scientific publications. SALT allows the author to create metadata concurrently, i.e. while in the process of writing a document. We discuss some of the requirements which have to be met when developing such a support for creating semantic documents. In addition, we describe a usage scenario to show the feasability and benefit of our approach.
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